Tuesday

Little Bluebird Launch

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.
 ~ Henry David Thoreau
 

21 comments:

Art and Sew Forth said...

Such a tiny creature yet it commands such attention! Beautiful!

Elijah Goodwin said...

I like it. It almost has the feel of a painting.

Stacey Dawn said...

It's peaceful - yet it has excitement and enjoyment in it as the little bird goes to the tree. I like it, too!

Jayne said...

He's beautiful and it is beautiful Kerri! P'shaw on perfection!

A New England Life said...

I thought the photo had a texture on it! You captured him mid-flight and it looks soft and pretty.

We put up Bluebird houses this year because we keep seeing them in the yard. So far we have a Chickadee nesting in one of them. That's it.

Catherine said...

It does kind of look like it's painted ~ very lovely!

Marcie said...

Simply fantastic!! WOW!!!

Adrienne in Ohio said...

Well, I like it. :) Not every photo has to be perfectly crisp. As others have written, I thought it looked like a painting.

I put up a new bluebird house, but black-capped chickadees have claimed it for now. Guess I'll just have to buy another one!

Blessings!

the wild magnolia said...

I am glad you decided to post this. It speaks to me too. The contrast of the light puff balls on the bush and the bright blue and sunset orange of the bird it beautiful. Even the blur of the background green and wheat colors make this shot an enchantment.

The feathered one is ready to land in the bush. A still landscape and the bird stilled by the click of the camera.

I like.

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

What a great catch....wonderful photo!!!!

Tommye said...

I'm glad you left your comfort zone, Kerri. It's very natural.

Hilary said...

It speaks loud and clear. Wonderful shot.

Misty Dawn said...

It looks like a watercolor painting! I think it's absolutely beautiful!!!

My Hubs was supposed to make me some bluebird houses... but it's still on his too-long to-do list. *sigh*

Sarah Knight said...

Being one of those nutty people who nest boxes for bluebirds, I'm obviously partial
: )

It's always neat to get a shot of them in flight!
And there's nothing wrong with using photoshop!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Thanks for choosing to post this,it is beautiful.
Blessings,Ruth

Mrs Millers Apple Cake said...

Lovely!

Chris said...

Hi Kerri,
I do love it very much because of the grainy touch... It looks like a nature painting! So beautiful! I'd love to see this little blue bird even from far away ;-)

Becky and Gary said...

How beautiful is this?
B.

Debbie Miller @HooootOwl said...

I can see why this one speaks to you Kerri, it is a beautiful moment you captured. Beautiful!

MedaM said...

So lovely and charming!

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